Nissan today took the wraps off two new 2017 models – the revised Versa Note and limited production JUKE Black Pearl Edition – prior to each vehicle's respective debut next week at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show.
In an automotive world with seemingly ever-confusing vehicle and model names, the 2017 Nissan JUKE Black Pearl Edition is hard to misunderstand. It’s Super Black and features Pearl White exterior accents. And, it adds a surprisingly bold appearance to a vehicle that, since introduction, has had a style and personality most accurately described as “extroverted.”
Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2017 Nissan JUKE sport cross, which is on sale now at Nissan dealers nationwide. The Nissan JUKE is offered in five grade levels, each available in front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive – S, SV and SL and two special NISMO editions, the JUKE NISMO and JUKE NISMO RS.
He may have retired from professional cycling, but Sir Chris Hoy has been spotted back on two wheels. The former-Olympian managed the tricky technique of two-wheel driving in a Nissan JUKE with just two days of instruction.
Nissan is bringing the spirit of Color Studio vehicle personalization into dealer showrooms with the arrival of two limited production JUKE models – the Black Stinger Edition by Color Studio and Yellow Stinger Edition by Color Studio.
Nissan is a brand on the move. And on a roll. The past two years have seen the back-to-back introductions of the segment-busting 2014 Rogue and 2015 Murano, which helped drive Nissan to record 2014 calendar year sales of 1,269,565 (+12.2%) in the United States.
Nissan brought a splash of brass and color to the Los Angeles Auto Show today during a press conference featuring the debut of two new vehicles, the launch of a unique vehicle personalization program and an appearance by local Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Allen.